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Drake hits back at 'weirdos' questioning relationship with 19-year-old Millie Bobby Brown

Drake hits back at 'weirdos' questioning relationship with 19-year-old Millie Bobby Brown

He addressed the friendship in his latest album

Drake, 36, has hit back at the 'weirdos' questioning his relationship with 19-year-old Millie Bobby Brown.

The 'Hotline Bling' rapper mentioned the Stranger Things star in his latest song 'Another Late Night' five years after eyebrows were first raised about their friendship.

Back in 2018, Brown - who was just 14-years-old at the time - revealed that Drake gave her 'boy advice' and was 'a great friend and a great role model'.

However, many found the 18-year age gap between the two stars a bit strange and questioned whether it was completely appropriate.

Drake has addressed his controversial friendship with Millie Bobby Brown in his new album.
Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Netflix

At the time Brown, who has since become engaged to boyfriend Jake Bongiovi, responded to her fans and the media's concerns alike on an Instagram Story where she said it was 'weird' to 'make a lovely friendship ur headline'.

And since then, Drake has finally addressed the situation.

In the track, which appears off his new album 'For All the Dogs', there's a couple of mentions of the Enola Holmes actor.

The lyrics read: "My bank account is magnolia, Milly rockin', ayy, weirdos in my comments talkin' 'bout some Millie Bobby, look.

"Bring them jokes up to the gang, we get to really flockin', or send a finger to your mama in some FedEx boxes.

"Open up that sh*t, it's jaw droppin', really shockin', ayy, I ain't pretty flacko, b***h, this s**t get really rocky, ayy."

The bars probably sound cooler in headphones rather than written out on a page but hey ho.

Drake hit back at the 'weirdos' who raised an issue over his friendship with the Stranger Things star.

The highly-anticipated album was first released to eager fans last Friday (6 October) and features a whole bunch of fellow musical A-listers including the likes of SZA, Bad Bunny, 21 Savage, Sexxy Red, Chief Keef and more across its 23-song setlist.

After Brown's engagement to Bongiovi back in April, many Stranger Things fans offered their commiserations to Noah Schnapp, who'd previously had a marriage pact with his co-star.

While promoting season four of the hit Netflix show last year, the pair discussed what they might do if neither of them meets someone in the future – and they said they reckon they would actually make a decent couple.

Brown told MTV News: "We said if we're not married by 40, we'll get married together because we'd be good roomies.

"Completely platonically, we would still be really good roomies."

Speaking to Schnapp, she added: "No kids, though, because I could not deal with a child of yours, yeah, that's my dealbreaker too. Yeah, no kids at all.

"Only dogs, and separate bedrooms, for sure, my God, you're so messy."

Featured Image Credit: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Netflix / Instagram/@milliebobbybrown

Topics: Celebrity, Millie Bobby Brown, Music